A healthy workplace is a productive workplace. Many of London’s top corporations have benefited by tailored Yoga programs for their staff.
Companies that support wellness initiatives within their organization often find that they reap far greater rewards than they expected. A little investment up front can return employees who are dramatically more satisfied with their lives, more positive about the workplace environment, and more productive.
And let’s not forget that healthier employees take fewer sick days, have less absenteeism, and use less medical resources (especially important for companies with health plans).
We have the experience and willingness to tailor a specific program for your organization’s needs. Please contact us at your convenience to discuss what options may be available to you.
We have said that Yoga is a personal experience, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be shared with friends, family, and colleagues.
In fact, group events offer a wonderful opportunity for people to try out Yoga for themselves in a more casual environment.
Whether you’re looking for a one-off event or want to make group Yoga a regular option, please contact us to see what opportunities are available, or how we can tailor a specific program to meet your needs.
Elite athletes are constantly at war with their bodies. From the tearing and rebuilding of muscles during workouts to the rigors of in-competition exertion, athletes are always at risk of injuring themselves.
Yoga can help prevent injuries by improving flexibility, core strength, relaxation efforts, and concentration levels. We believe we offer champion-calibre Yoga and we have the championship pedigree to show it.
Yoga Shack is the official studio of the Ontario Hockey League’s London Knights. The two-time defending Ontario Hockey League champions have made Yoga an integral part of its off-ice training regimen, and we’re proud to support these amazing athletes as they host this year’s MasterCard Memorial Cup.
So is Yoga Shack responsible for the London Knights’s success? Well, we can’t take all the credit…